Philips Trade Compliance Manager in Andover, Massachusetts
You are a part of a team that is at the core of ensuring that we meet Philips’ promise to comply with trade and transportation regulations. You will be a key player in securing and optimizing the global goods flow by analysis and supporting compliance within US and international regulations governing the transport of dangerous goods, imports and exports, and supply chain security.
Create, update, adhere to and enforce safety rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Primarily focus on compliance for Imports, Exports, Dangerous Goods, and Supply Chain Security including day-to-day tasks for specific shipments/workflows as well as strategic planning to improve processes, programs, and systems for improved compliance and business efficiency.
Provide data and reports regarding the performance of compliance functions within the business unit.
Review inbound and outbound shipping to ensure import/export compliance, to include export licenses, duty drawback, FDA clearance, harmonized tariff codes, FCC, and other governmental agencies.
Implement/maintain local internal control procedures in our quality management system on export control and ensure compliance based on Export Control Laws and Regulations (written communication skills/technical writing skills is a must). This also includes occasionally hosting individual/classroom training sessions on compliance issues.
At the direction of the manager/lead take on day-to-day projects of varying scope and manage them through to the finish.
You're the right fit if:
You’ve acquired a HSD with 5+ years of experience facilitating the import/export of products with US customs and other government agencies. Advanced degree, preferred.
Your skills include being a highly intellectual problem solver, self-motivated, and collaborative team player.
Certifications and/or experience in the shipment of dangerous goods using IATA, IMDG, and 49CFR, preferred.
Customhouse Broker (CHB) License (aka Licensed Customs Broker [LCB]), preferred.
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